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Nicola Thompson says
What makes it okay for you to eat fish, but not other meat?
Such a blanket generalization is unwarranted. Vegetarians, as a class, are no more plump than non-vegetarians, and usually, far less so. It's not the "carbs" it's what you dress them with--butter, etc. Pig out on twinkies; you'll get fat anyway!
I've never heard of a Pescatarian. Thanks for the information.
Catherine Tally says
Vegans are supposed to be even stricter with the animal products they eat, aren't they?
That does not sound vegan or vegetarian to me, That just sounds like a diet based on religious grounds.
Vegans do not eat ANY food from an animal source, organic, free-range or otherwise.
Thanks for the correction. I am really poorly informed in this topic.
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